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  • Vol. 14, No. 23

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  • December 7, 2005

    Correction•Rove Gone•Otter come home•A prayer for all•Justice or the Blue Wall?•editor's note
  • Turning Back the Clock

    About 20 years ago, outdoor writer Ted Trueblood wrote an article titled "They're Fixin to Steal Your Public Lands." Well, they are at it again, and in the process turning back the clock on public land policy. Representative Pombo of California successfully included what he calls reforms to the 1872 Mining Law Act. This was done by including the amendments to the Budget Deficit Reconciliation Bill.
  • Saturday Night's All Right•Fiction 101

    We don't go all out celebrating birthdays around the office. Sometimes a cake might show up, like for the publisher's birthday last month, when the staff enjoyed a Black Forest cake (the Pub's favorite) that was not touched by the b-girl. Apparently she's really sticking close to her diet and workout routine and looks faaaabbulloouuuss if you haven't seen her lately. But mostly we just mention birthdays in the staff meetings on Friday.

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